DANGAL STORY: When Mahavir Singh Phogat (Aamir), a wrestler from Haryana, loses any desire for having a child, he prepares his girls Geeta (Fatima) and Babita (Sanya) to make wrestling history, in this way breaking the forbidden of Indian ladies taking an interest in a game so far overwhelmed by men.
DANGAL MOVIE REVIEW: In the story office, Dangal offers few amazements in light of the fact that Geeta and Babita’s notable wins at the Commonwealth Games and taking after titles are regular learning. In any case, this screen adjustment serves as a recap of their exhausting trip and it energetically recovers their hardheaded father’s set out to make them proficient wrestlers against the chances. Since it epitomizes the noteworthy wins of the Phogats, who brought India brilliance, the film is will undoubtedly motivate more ladies to truly consider kushti as a game.
What works superbly here is the composition. Executive Nitesh Tiwari, alongside Piyush Gupta, Shreyas Jain, and Nikhil Mehrotra ought to be complimented for their flippant quality, peppered with amusingness and a few strong father little girl feelings all through. Obviously, a tad bit is lost in interpretation due to the Haryanvi twang. In any case, messages on our fixation on the male kid (predominant since the dim ages), nearsighted remain on raising our girls and the organization’s regrettable manner towards games, are uproarious and clear.
It is to the film’s credit that however Geeta and Babita’s wins are recorded, despite everything it figures out how to draw in the viewer with the wrestling competitions and convey enthusiastic feelings to the fore. In particular, Dangal scores with its top-notch exhibitions. A gawky Aamir (22 kilos heavier) with silver hair is pitch-flawless as the ziddi yet a delicate parent. The 51-year-old performer ought to be complimented for exploring different avenues regarding his parts, dissimilar to his counterparts who like to play safe. Sakshi as his significant other is controlled, yet successful. Furthermore, the debutants Fatima and Sanya are effortlessly the current year’s best finds.
Music executive Pritam and lyricist Amitabh Bhattacharya deal with a gritty soundtrack with Daler Mehndi’s title track pumping up the adrenaline. Likewise, the delicate track Gilheriyaan, the Haryanvi rap and hip-hop Haanikarak Bapu and the Dhakaad number, are in immaculate pair with the story.